Supporting the Hereford Food Bank can really make a difference to providing relief from poverty in our county. The Covid-19 virus has made is especially hard for some families this year so the Christmas 2020 appeal will be providing a number of families with Christmas Hampers.
The Hereford Food Bank welcomes all gifts of food or donations of money. Currently it is short of tinned meat, rice (tinned and dry), tinned custard, tinned spaghetti, toothpaste (adult) and men’s toiletries (they currently have plenty of baked beans, pasta, tomatoes and soup).
There are donation points in nearly all the supermarkets in Hereford: Co-op, Waitrose, Sainsburys, Morrisons, Lidl, Asda and Tesco at Bewell St. and Belmont.
Ned Potter Ltd (Ned is a Byford resident) is sponsoring the food bank for the year ahead and is donating £25 per vehicle sold. Already, in October, Ned has donated £375.
For the Christmas Hampers, if you would like to help by donating any of the items shown below, it would be greatly appreciated. Or if you would prefer to make a donation towards the cost of a hamper, please visit the Hereford Food Bank facebook page and click on the blue Donate button.
Please bring any donations to us by Monday 14th December. Thank you!